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Analysts predict that half of the jobs we work today will no longer exist by 2025. Might your


specific job be eliminated? [Please do not self-promote your old Hubs here; but certainly write a new one to answer this if you wish. Thanks.]

 

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Lawrence Hebb (lawrence01) says

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    Patty Inglish (Patty Inglish, MS) 2 months ago

    Thanks, Lawrence! This is very useful information. I have not heard about the impact to middle management yet, so this is a first. Much to think about now.


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    Patty Inglish (Patty Inglish, MS) 3 months ago

    A paint company in my city found advanced robots couldn't detect differences among shades of "white" paint, but a human could. A NJ hospital found robot/computer diagnoses too often wrong compared to humans'. There may be many more examples.

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    Jack Lee (jackclee lm) 3 months ago

    very good observation. the demise of humans is greatly exaggerated. There will always be the human touch that a machine can never replace. I would like more politicians and bureaucrats replace with clear logic minded robots. At least they aren't bias


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